If you need immediate help or advice

Emergency / Police 24HR call 000. For crisis support contact Safe Steps 24HR call 1800 015 188.

Get tested if you've got symptoms

Fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat? To find out where you can get tested coronavirus.vic.gov.au

Crisis accomodation and support

We offer secure accommodation, safety planning, intensive case management and emotional support

Outreach in the wider community

We provide support services to assist women and children in their own accommodation in the community

Recovery and educational programs

We provide programs that help clients make informed choices and strategies for a safer future

Information in other languages

Find under SEEK HELP section. Persian, Arabic, Dinka, Dari, Vietnamese, Hindi and more


Will purchase a pair of WARM PYJAMAS for a child when they arrive at late at night seeking crisis accommodation


Will purchase a CHILDREN'S TOILETRY PACK filled with kids toothbrush, wipes, comb, brush, soap and more for the day one


Will purchase a CLEANING PACK includes sponges, dustpan & brush and cleaning products for clients when they move on to stable accommodation


Will purchase a SCHOOL PACK including backpack, lunchbox and drink bottle for a child starting at a new school


Will purchase a LINEN PACK to provide fresh sheets, doona, pillow and towel when they first arrive at the crisis accommodation


Will purchase a HOME PACK that includes cutlery, saucepans, plates, kettle, toaster, vacummn cleaner and microwave when our clients need to set up a home from scratch.


Will enable us to continue our COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMS like our new Financial Wellbeing Group


Will allow us to create the best possible environment at the NEW DEVELOPMENT that will improve the long term outcomes of our clients

GiveNow Donation Mum and child
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Good things are on the horizon – our new development

We are incredibly excited to be able to welcome clients to the new facility in early 2022.

Case Study Matida
Latest news

16 month journey to reunite Matida* and her sons

Coercive control

The ongoing debate about coercive control

Industry news

Grace fought for the right to speak out


Newsletter June 2021

Annual reports

Annual Report 2019-20